Thursday, October 27, 2011

What. The. FUCK.

This is just wrong. On so many, many levels.

I came into work while it was raining. When I left eight hours later, it was fucking SNOWING.

Snowing. In October. Before Halloween.

I had to scrape my car off. In October.

I know, I know: "Welcome to New England!"

I need some warmer, water-proof shoes.


SCI-FI said...

And coats for those dogs.

Just sayin'....

Christina RN LMT said...

And little booties, too. :D

Josh Kruschke said...

Toto, I don't think we are in Texas any more.


Weer'd Beard said...

You're my first blog of the morning because I KNEW you'd be more depressed about this shit than even I!

Heat up them rocks, I suspect my shoulders are gonna need work from all the shoveling.

ZerCool said...

Welcome to New England.

When I was still young enough to trick-or-treat, costumes were always sized to fit over a winter coat and potentially snowpants as well.

Around 1990 we had 14" of snow on Hallowe'en night.

DaddyBear said...

Never had a Halloween in North Dakota without wearing a snowmobile suit under my costume. I suggest Goretex, lots and lots of Goretex and wool.

Weer'd Beard said...

BTW if you want to send me size and vague desires (like "Coat" or "Waterproof Shoes")

I'll see what I can do this weekend with my Dad just starting his first week of the season at LL Bean.

Drop me an Email by Sunday Morning and I might come up lucky!

Anonymous said...

How the HELL did you get snow before us?

Old NFO said...

LOL- Yep, welcome to New England Christina!!!

Ruth said...

I highly recommend insulated work boots for winter wear rather than the standard "winter boots". A good pair of work boots is water proof, well insulated, and has much better tread than half the fancy winter boots sold.

Though Weerd's suggestion of LLBean is a good one.

Christina RN LMT said...

Thanks for all the commiseration, tips, and reminiscences, Folks!
I sure as hell hope that this winter won't be as bad as last year's...d'oh!

Weer'd, will do!

jon spencer said...

You could wear something like these,
The insulated ones are very, very warm.
A little pricy, maybe.
Although you get what you pay for.

Byrd said...

I got some of these for the winter...and I live near your old place so I'm not expecting quite the same weather that you will be getting, but if we have a repeat of last year I'm prepared. I HATE cold wet feet.

TOTWTYTR said...

Warm, weather proof boots are a necessity up here. You'd be amazed at how many people I see walking through snow wearing sneakers.

Warm socks too. Wool is best.

And a nice winter Parka as well.

Welcome to New England.

Christina RN LMT said...

Thanks, Everyone!
TOTWTYTR, I have a lovely parka and snowpants. They will keep me toasty. But I definitely need some proper footwear!